High Heat’s Fire Zone Technology Provides More Forgiveness on Off-Center Hits.
Unlike Tour players, amateurs hit their tee shots all over the face as found in a Golf Digest study. This is why amateur golfers need a more forgiving driver for their off-center tee shots than Tour players.
- Gives maximum distance at amateur swing speeds
- Maximum forgiveness on off-center hits
- Tighter dispersion on good hits and bad
- Premium Aldila and Fujikura shafts and Lamkin Grips
- Conforms to USGA and R&A Rules
- Polished Mirror Face for Impact Tracking
Compared to the standard brushed or black face we see on most modern drivers, the High Heat’s polished mirror face is maybe its most unique visual feature. Aside from looking curiously cool, it does provide a distinctive, repeatable method of determining where one makes impact. The ball mark from each shot shows up easily on the face, yet wipes away quickly, allowing the user a visual point of reference for their impact location.
- Deeper, Lower Center-of-Gravity for Better Amateur Shots
Knuth Golf’s Optimal Center of Gravity (CG) Game Changer and Fire Zone Face Technologies provide amateur golfers with a 25% deeper and 18% lower CG compared to major brands’ average CG location. This technology results in longer, straighter and more forgiving shots, according to Golf Laboratories, which is the world’s recognized leading robot testing company.</li?
- Beta Titanium Cup Design
Provides a significantly increased spring-like effect across the entire face for extra distance and increased forgiveness compared to traditional steel faces.
- Wide, Forgiving Face
Since most of amateurs’ off-center misses are on the toe or heel, the wider face provides a higher spring-like effect and more forgiveness.
- Enhanced Launch Angle
Most amateurs struggle to get their drives into the air, so Knuth addressed this in his design. With its deep and low CG, the High Heat Driver is easier to swing and produces a higher launch angle that enables golfers to easily get the ball airborne.
- Deep, Straight Shots
The High Heat driver is also easier to hit and square up to the face at contact because of its much deeper and lower CG, and because the CG angle is approximately 25% larger than major brands’ leading models’ average CG angle.